Mark Leno

California State Senator (D-San Francisco, San Rafael)

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State Senator, representing parts of San Francisco, Marin, and Sonoma Counties, and new member of the Senate Budget Committee; former state assemblyman

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Following  yesterday’s special election , Governor Schwarzenegger was scheduled back in Sacramento this afternoon to talk to legislative leaders about what to do now.

Is California Facing a Financial Armageddon?

Following yesterday’s special election , Governor Schwarzenegger was scheduled back in Sacramento this afternoon to talk to legislative leaders about what to do now.

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Lobbyists outnumber legislators in Sacramento by 8 to 1. Lobbying is a growth industry.  In 1975, interest groups hiring lobbyists numbered 682; now it's 2,365.

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Lobbyists outnumber legislators in Sacramento by 8 to 1. Lobbying is a growth industry.  In 1975, interest groups hiring lobbyists numbered 682; now it's 2,365.

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